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Futures edge higher in early SFE.......>

AUSSIE BONDS: Futures edge higher in early SFE trade after the uptick in the
unemployment rate put a bid into the space on Thursday.
- As a reminder, several sell-side names shifted their view on the RBA in the
wake of the report, and now look for an October cut. Citi joined that group this
morning. IB's price an ~80% chance of such a move.
- YM & XM both +2.0 last, with YM/XM at 31.0 and the cash equivalent at 27.9bp.
- Bills unchanged to 2.0 ticks higher through the reds.
- The AOFM's weekly issuance schedule will provide some interest later today.
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